Chris Brown Ordered to Remove Graffiti Outside of His House

Art on the walls in front of singer's Hollywood Hills, Calif., is considered a code violation

By Marcus Mulick, Rebecca Macatee May 06, 2013 7:18 PMTags
Chris Brown, GraffitiDeano / Splash News

Chris Brown, it's time to clean up your act house.

The concrete walls in front of the singer's Hollywood Hills, Calif., home are covered in some very noticeable graffiti, and the neighbors are not happy about it. Now, the city of L.A. is ordering Breezy to remove the graffiti, E! News confirms.

Chris' neighbors complained to L.A. councilmember Tom Labonge's office about the apparent eyesore on their street. It was then passed to the city's Department of Building and Safety, who issued Chris an order to comply to remove the graffiti, which is a code violation regardless of who placed it there.

Rihanna's ex has yet to actually address this order, but he did tweet Monday morning, "Ima just focus on my music."

You do that, Chris, but get scrubbing on that graffiti!